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Novel Jacketed Reactor Platform from Syrris Proves an International Success

Published on September 25, 2011 at 7:30 PM

Syrris, a leader in novel chemistry reactor systems has received worldwide success with its new Globe jacketed reactor platform. Designed by chemists for ultimate ease-of-use, the advanced technology of this chemical reactor allows vessels from 50 mL to 5 L to be used with a common clamp, lid, circulator and stand.

The Globe system combines automatic stirrer alignment with the widest range of temperatures (-90 to +250 ºC) and pressures (vacuum to 3 bar). Vessels can easily be changed in seconds, making this a truly flexible platform, which can be easily upgraded to a fully-automated system.

Globe chemical reactor from Syrris.

Having received multiple orders throughout Europe, Asia, North and South America only a few months after its launch, Mike Hawes, Chief Executive of Syrris commented "We have had wonderful feedback from customers worldwide. The combination of ease of use, high quality and excellent value is proving very popular".

Globe is designed with a default temperature range of -40 to +200 ºC, which is further extendable via the addition of temperature upgrade kits. In-reactor temperature probes enable highly accurate control throughout, while the Globe range is fully compatible with almost all circulators. The regular Globe system is suited to atmospheric pressure or vacuum processes as low as 50 mbar, while the Globe 3 bar system is ideally suited for high pressure reactions or high vacuum.

The Globe jacketed reactor systems can be easily upgraded using the Globe Reactor Master for full automation and data logging, or the Syringe Pump for automated reagent dosing. Additionally, the Globe Master PC software converts the system into a fully controllable laboratory reactor. For further details, please visit www.syrris.com

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